2) Tyrod Taylor
Throughout the 2017 NFL season, quarter back Tyrod Taylor has been fine. He’s making the right throws, checking down, getting touchdowns and not turning the ball over. Well, all of that seemed to change on Sunday as Taylor had his worst outing this season.
While Taylor did manage to throw the ball 37 times on Sunday, he only completed 20 of his passes, racking in 166 yards, one touchdown, and one crucial interception late in the game to seal it for the Bengals.
Taylor’s 4.49 yards per pass ratio was his worst so far this season. At the end though, Taylor had really nobody to throw the ball to, Jordan Matthews was banged up, Charles Clay, suffered a knee injury, Nick O’Leary came in to replace Clay and then he went down with an injury. Hopefully, the receiving core of the Bills can get healthy in time for their week 7 matchup against the Buccaneers.